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Spring Forward To Manage Your Depression!

Depression is more than simply lying in bed all day and not wanting to get out. It is a disease that can affect people of all ages, genders and ethnicities. Depression knows no bounds. Although some life events might trigger it, depression is a feeling that some have because they have no control. The US…

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Social Phobia and Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia

Social phobias and panic disorders are characterized as anxiety disorders. Those with social phobia suffer tremendous fear in social situations and will often go to extreme lengths to avoid situations where they are surrounded by other people. Panic disorders are accompanied by panic attacks that can last up to 30 minutes and occur without any…

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Antidepressants Use Rising In Rich Countries, Reports OECD

The use of antidepressant medication, such as Prozac, has been rising tremendously, a recent study found. The rate of increase was greatest in First World countries like Iceland, Canada, Australia and Spain, where it has been discovered that nearly one person in every 10 has been prescribed one of these medications. What researchers found troubling,…

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Bipolar Disorder

It is certainly a true statement that most of us experience times when we are very happy and other times when we feel quite down. However people with bipolar disorder experience very large fluctuations in mood that interfere greatly with their everyday life. Fortunately there are a number of treatments that are available to help…

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Anxiety

It is common for everyone to feel anxious at certain times. In fact it would be quite worrying if you were the kind of person who never got anxious about anything. However it is not normal to be anxious all of the time and if you become anxious so often that you are unable to…

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ADHD

ADHD is short for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and is sometimes known as simply ADD (however this term is no longer medically accurate). Looking after a child who has ADHD can be a very difficult task indeed. It can put lots of stress on your family and can even make it difficult for you to…

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Alzheimer’s Disease

It is common for people to forget things, as they get older, in fact some people begin to forget things at quite a young age. However in Alzheimer’s disease as in other forms of dementia the memory loss really gets very severe. This is a slowly progressive condition, as things tend to get worse over…

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Living with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is unfortunately something that is very prevalent in the society that we live in. This is a condition that comes about when someone has experienced a dangerous or terrifying event that will affect him or her for the rest of his or her life. PTSD is often seen amongst war veterans…

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More Evidence For Cymbalta In Depression

A recent study suggests that Cymbalta has significant benefits in the treatment of recurrent depression. Read on… Study Showed New Episodes of Depression Delayed in People Taking…

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Antidepressant Guide

This useful Health Central user guide discusses the common antidepressants such as Prozac, Celexa, Effexor, Lexapro, Paxil, Wellbutrin, Zoloft etc. Read On..Antidepressants – Depression Medication…

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